Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GeniExperiments


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Timestamp:
01/18/13 11:01:56 (7 years ago)
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hmussman@bbn.com
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  • GeniExperiments

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    7 == 1)  Types of GENI Experiment Workflows ==
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    9  a)  From simple to complex
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    11  b)  From short-term to long-term
     9== 1)  Ranges of GENI Experiments (Harry) ==
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    13  c)  Covers actual experiments, tutorials, and "reference experiments"
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    15 == 2)  Ranges of GENI Experiments ==
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    17  There will be a wide range of GENI experiment workflows, with different characteristics, including these:
     11 There will be a wide range of GENI experiments, with different characteristics, including these:
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    1913 a)  Student solves a class problem
     
    4135 l)  Operator evaluates representative GENI slice performance, such as networking performance, over an extended period of time, and shares their data with others
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     38== 2)  Types of GENI Experiment Workflows (Harry) ==
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     40 a)  From a simple to a complex experiment
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     42 b)  From a novice to an expert experimenter
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     44 c)  From a short-term to a long-term experiment
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     46 d)  Covering actual experiments, tutorials, and "reference experiments" 
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     50== 3)  Goals for GENI Experiment Workflows (Jeanne) ==
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    45 = Agenda =
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    47 == 1)  Goals (Jeanne) ==
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    49  a)  Basic GENI test/tutorial/experiment workflow with standardized, self-contained steps
     52 a)  Start with basic GENI experiment/tutorial/test workflow with standardized, self-contained steps
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    5154 b)  Because self-contained, allows for all the variations in flow that occur in a real experiment:  repeating steps (e.g., many runs);  re-ordering steps (e.g., analyzing much later);  skipping steps  (e.g., do not archive) 
     
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    5558 d)  Because standardized, makes it it easier for the user to understand a tutorial, since all will follow the same outline.
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     60 e)  Later, produce variations that cover other types of experiments
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    58 == 2)  High-level look at workflow (Jeanne)  ==
     63== 4)  High-level look at Basic Workflow (Jeanne)  ==
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    6065 [http://groups.geni.net/syseng/attachment/wiki/ExperimentMgmt/ExpLifecycle-8step.jpg  figure] 
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    63 == 3)  Review of detailed workflow (Harry) ==
     68== 5)  Towards v1.0 of Basic GENI Experiment/Tutorial Workflow (Harry) ==
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    65  [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/TestTutorialExperimentWorkflow  text]   
     70 [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/TestTutorialExperimentWorkflow  text]
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     73== 6)  Towards a Standardized GENI Tutorial Format (Jeanne and Harry) ==
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    68 == 4)  Current mapping between tools and steps (Jeanne)  ==
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    70  [http://groups.geni.net/syseng/attachment/wiki/ExperimentMgmt/ToolBreakdownTable.jpg figure] 
     77== 6)  Current mapping between tools and steps (Jeanne)  ==
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     79 [http://groups.geni.net/syseng/attachment/wiki/ExperimentMgmt/ToolBreakdownTable.jpg figure]
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     81== 7)   
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    73 == 5)  Discussion  (all)  ==
     84== 5)  Issues  ==
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    7586 a)  Can we agree on these standardized, self-contained steps?   what changes or additions?